Tag Archives: Paul Hart

TheWashbag Podcast Episode 1: JPT Final Preview

We’ve launched our own Podcast in time to preview the JPT final! The first TheWashbag.com Podcast features host Christopher Panks (Sky Sports Fanzone STFC blogger) and guests Ron Smith (editor of TheWashbag), Gary Rose (Chief Sports Writer at the Swindon Advertiser) and Tom Otrebski (journalist for STFC and writer for TheWashbag). The four discuss the win over Torquay United; what a difference a year

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11 Key Moments of 2011: No.5 – Was Paul Hart the worst ever Swindon manager?

No.5 – Paul Hart: The worst Swindon manager of all time? In June I set out on the task of attempting to rank all Swindon Town managers since we joined the Football League in 1920 by their actual results. The reason was to analyise whether Paul Hart’s record of 1 win, 4 draws and 6 defeats from 11 games was the most

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The musing of a passionate man

Until the Swindon v Southampton match report and reactions to ‘Clarkegate’ are posted later today (as trust me to be away after such events), here’s something to read over your Cornflakes. Swindon fan and BBC Radio commentator Andrew Hawes has his say about ‘Project Di Canio’. One of the few things I can remember from school physics lessons, apart from

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Managers Countdown: Neil Harris, Paul Hart and Iffy Onoura

No.31 | Neil Harris | Manager June 1939 – Aug 1940 | Score 44.33 I had to include everyone who’d managed a competitive game so it’s very harsh on Neil Harris as he is 30th and bottom of this list with just 44.33 points. The Scot was born in 1894 in the Tollcross area of Glasgow and played as a centre forward for Partick Thistle, Newcastle

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June is Managers Month: The good, the bad and the ugly

June is Swindon Town managers month on The Washbag with a countdown of the good, the bad and the ugly in our dugout throughout the years. After the departure of Paul Hart I knew I’d witnessed one of the most inept and lifeless managerial reigns at Swindon Town, however could Hart be considered our worst manager ever? Probably…but I set out nonetheless.

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